Quincke

Quinc·ke

(kwin'kĕ),
Heinrich I., German physician, 1842-1922. See: Quincke pulse, Quincke puncture, Quincke sign.
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Comparison of 25-gauge, Quincke and Whitacre needles for postdural puncture headache in obstetric patients.
Biliary colic, jaundice, and gastrointestinal bleeding are the classical triad of hemobilia originally reported by Quincke (3).
Then subarachnoid block was performed in all the patients in sitting position through a midline approach at [L.sub.3]-[L.sub.4] intervertebral space using a 25 G Quincke's spinal needle under strict aseptic precaution.
After the area to be intervened was disinfected, the local anesthetic was administered using a 21-gauge, 100-mm needle (Quincke SonoPlex Pajunk, Geisingen, Germany) with the in-plane technique between the middle layer of the thoracolumbar fascia and QL muscle at the posterior edge of the quadratus lumborum muscle for posterior QLB, and between the aponeurosis at the lateral edge of the QL muscle and TF after the place was confirmed with the hydrodissection for lateral QLB (the target point was the junction between fascia and QL muscle) (8,10) (Figures 2,3).
22-gauge Quincke tip spinal needle or Tuohy needle (typically 3.5-inch, though 5- and 7- inch lengths may be necessary for larger patients.
At our institution, Quincke needles are used for FG-LPs.
He was diagnosed with Quincke's disease was treated with dexamethasone and chlorpheniramine maleate.
Under C-arm fluoroscopy guidance, the specialists placed 80mm 25G Quincke spinal needles (Inter Kotra GmbH, Frankfurt am Main, Germany) into relevant facet joints and injected 0.2 - 0.3 ml contrast media into facet joints.
Spinal anesthesia was induced after lumber puncture at the level of lumber vertebra 3 and 4 by using a 25 G Quincke spinal needle and after confirming a free flow for 20 seconds in all quadrants.
After the completion of fluid infusions, all patients received spinal anesthesia in a sitting position from [L.sub.3-4] or [L.sub.4-5] interspaces using a 25-gauge Quincke needle with 10 mg bupivacaine 0.5% (2 mL) and 15 [micro]g fentanyl (1 cc; 10 [micro]g).